Rwandans in Netherlands organise post-election thanksgiving prayer

By IGIHE
On 19 September 2017 at 09:01

Christians from New Hope Christian Church in partnership with Rwandan Embassy in The Netherlands organized a thanksgiving prayer for the 4th August peaceful elections in Rwanda held in Holterweg city on Sunday.

Bishop John Manywa told IGIHE that it was a time to thank God for peaceful elections, devoid of any subsequent catastrophes. “Today we thank our Lord. We believe that Rwandan leadership came from God. In God’s presence we find peace, development and security,” he said.

He said that Rwanda’s achievements are self-explanatory, and requested the government led by President Paul Kagame to continue with the vision of transforming Rwanda.

The ambassador of Rwanda in The Netherlands, Jean Pierre Karabaranga said that thanksgiving is a great event for Rwandans and friends in Netherlands.

“Like our culture, we Christians living in this country should thank our Lord who answered our prayers and gave us what we wanted from him” he said


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